Friday, 15 December, 2017


The largest and heaviest part of the 3,000m long bridge has now been installed

To help save bluefin tuna fish from extinction

In the first time snow has settled in the Serrania de Ronda for nine years, some 3cm fell, blocking roads and causing some disruption

Supporters of the anti-corruption party have been congregating in the capital for today's ‘show of strength’ rally

With matadors and flamenco dancers as inspiration the fashion retailers new line has a particularly Spanish flavour

Olive Press HQ unveils new sign

Known only as Pejac, his poetic art has been popping up all over European cities

Bigger than Christmas for Spanish children, Three Kings Day on January 6 is when the serious presents are given out

Spain's royal family getting in the Christmas spirit for their first festive season on the throne

Pablo Iglesias joins a long list of defecating figurines which includes the likes of Gareth Bale

Pastels International, led by British artist Heather Gail Harman, is staging an exhibition at the Alcaucin Arts Centre

More than 200 protesters create a human S.O.S on Fuerteventura beach

Ashya King continues his recovery from proton beam therapy at Marbella hospital

A Spanish 8-year-old impressed judges with his scorpion shot

Jesus Segura digitally alters photographs to put his cute moggy in surreal surroundings

Thousands of 'builders' and spectators flocked to the traditional festival this weekend

Bull-leaping during the suelta in Honour of the Virgen del Rosaria at El Gastor in Cadiz province at the weekend

As the infamous Caminito del Rey prepares to reopen as a major Andalucian tourist attraction, the Olive Press set out to investigate the deadly trail

Try spending a relaxing day at one of these enchanted natural diving holes

Manilva's Roman baths are reportedly the focus of the fire

Two teenage girls grabbed the picture after chatting with the 'very friendly' Queen

He stunned the crowd at Heritage Media's European launch

Homes were evacuated as seventeen aircraft and more than 100 firefighters battled the flames

Locals dressed as courtesans, bandits, farmers and Napoleonic soldiers - to re-live the area’s dramatic past

The woman, who was with Llagostera supporters, was identified by the Catalan club and reported to the police after the game

Olive Press readers share their photographs of the blaze at the Rock's main generating station




A 21-year-old man has been arrested in Ibiza for alleged drug trafficking through the postal system. The suspect received a suspicious package that when tested...
Show Buttons
Hide Buttons